Crossing desserts
If you are on a diet or hungry, but can not eat right now, immediately close this text, because it will be about desserts. They eat scones in England The…

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Crossing desserts
If you are on a diet or hungry, but can not eat right now, immediately close this text, because it will be about desserts. They eat scones in England The…

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Try Spain for a taste!
Let us close our eyes and be transported to the distant, shrouded in the sun and sea breeze of Spain, in its southern province of Andalusia, the city of Seville,…

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some varieties

GASTRONOMIC THESAURUS (part 2)

Morcilla black pudding, made with pig’s blood, lard and spices, comes from this holiday. It is very popular not only because of its taste, but also is a kind of” gastronomic ” protest addressed to the Moors-conquerors. expensive varieties of morsilla are usually eaten as an appetizer, the cheapest are designed exclusively for frying. Revuelto de morcilla-a dish of fried morsilla, cut into large pieces, served with scrambled eggs or rice as a main dish.

Bright red spicy chorizo “choriso” sausages made of coarsely ground pork, rarely beef, minced meat, seasoned with garlic, red pepper, cinnamon and cloves, are famous all over the world. They are distinguished by the degree of sharpness (picante “sharp” and dulce” not sharp”) and the presence of fresh herbs, such as Basil. Varieties that do not need heat treatment are used as an appetizer or added to salads. Chorizo fresco, short and thick raw sausages, are sold in bundles and require mandatory heat treatment. Continue reading

Spanish cuisine: Traditions and peculiarities

The cuisine of modern Spain is not much different from the old, native, simple and delicious peasant. Fresh herbs, goat cheese, farm bread, olives, fish dishes, cider and sangria wine – all these delicacies, soaked in sunlight, can be enjoyed everywhere in any restaurant on the beach. Spanish cuisine, despite its simplicity, is extremely diverse, as it has absorbed Roman and Moorish traditions, French and African elements, the traditional outline of Mediterranean cuisine and many elements imported from the New World. Read also: TOP 7 dishes of Spanish cuisine national cuisine of Spain is a completely abstract concept, because each region has its own special culinary tradition. We can only highlight the common points that are typical for the whole of Spain-an abundance of fresh vegetables, stewing meat and vegetables in wine, baking with sheep cheese and grilling, as well as the widespread use of sage greens, olives and grated walnuts. Continue reading

GASTRONOMIC THESAURUS (part 1)
The trivial thesis held by the British is that we " eat to live, not live to eat." At the same time, as K. Fox observes, the enjoyment and admiration…

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What dishes to try in Spain (part 1)
Traditional Spanish cuisine is a curious mixture of Christian, Arab, Jewish culinary traditions. Most often used in cooking meat and seafood: oysters, shrimp, mussels. As in Greece and Italy, there…

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Spanish wines: what to drink?
To begin with-a little statistics that will show us the complexity of the issue. So, Spain is the country with the largest number of vineyards on the planet. 15% of…

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Try Spain for a taste!
Let us close our eyes and be transported to the distant, shrouded in the sun and sea breeze of Spain, in its southern province of Andalusia, the city of Seville,…

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